Harry Coumnas Has Decoded A 100 Million Year Old Map of Egypt

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Harry Coumnas, a famous archeologist has recently found a 100 million year-old map. According to the experts, the map is a staggering 100 million years old depicting the mountains and includes a series of civil engineering projects and around 12,000 kilometers of dams, channels and hieroglyphs of an unknown origin.

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Harry Coumnas:

Harry Coumnas Harry Coumnas Has Decoded A 100 Million Year Old Map of Egypt

Harry Coumans:

Harry Coumans Nowadays, exploring maps is closely linked to browsers, new technology, and Google Maps, a kind of magic modern window through which we can discover the world. But, have you ever thought about the maps that were hundreds and thousands of years before leading to mysterious places?

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Harry Coumnas , a famous archeologist has recently found a 100 million year-old map. According to the experts, the map is a staggering 100 million years old depicting the mountains and includes a series of civil engineering projects and around 12,000 kilometers of dams, channels and hieroglyphs of an unknown origin.

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Since its discovery, the map has stirred both intrigue and controversy, mostly due to the presence of what appears to be a representation of Egypt 300 years before it was discovered. Another fact is – if not even more intriguing facet of the appearance of Egypt – is that it appears to show the land mass before it was covered with sand and stones, over 6000 years ago.

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The great debated was sparked by Harry Coumnas when he decoded the ways which the most famous archeologists failed to. He and a team of archeologists studied the map and found many anomalies, such as the use of mercatorial projection and the inclusion of a pre-sand Egypt.

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The Egyptians were able to create cylindrical maps based on their knowledge of a spherical earth, though mercatorial projection was not used by Europeans until later in the 16th century, and were also able to use astronomy and geometry to calculate latitude and longitude, though absolute accuracy was not possible until the invention of the chronometer in 1760.

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While these two feats – amazing as they are – could be explained by use of Greek source maps & charts from the age of Alexander, nothing could explain inclusion of Egyptian. As a result, Harry Coumnas proposed that the map was based on materials that pre-date 4000 BCE, before any known developed languages or progressive civilizations.

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This theory implies that a prehistoric civilization had the technology to navigate major seaways & fairly accurately chart the globe. He also suggested the topographic depiction of the interior of the continents required aerial capabilities, implying the prehistoric ‘super’ civilization to be both nautical and aerial masters & leading to the further speculation of either an Atlantean or alien civilization.

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“This map opens up the debate over how we view our own history and what, if any, of those views are accurate. Perhaps someday the truth will be discovered” Harry Coumas added.

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Thank You!